MR. ASHOK MALHOTRA is a former Indian cricketer who played in 7 Tests and 20 ODIs from 1982 to 1986. He used to be the highest scorer in Ranji trophy at one time. He was also said to be the next Viswanath in Indian Cricket. In the early 1990s, he was an overseas professional at Dunfermline Cricket Club in Fife, Scotland. During his time in Fife he became a big fan of Dunfermline Athletic FC (a good Pars boy). He has opened a cricket coaching centre namely Ashok Malhotra Cricket Academy which has around 300 students. He is one of the very few level 3 coaches in India.
A Level III coach, Mr. Malhotra briefly coached Team India in acting capacity when John Wright had gone to New Zealand ahead of a triangular series in Dhaka in 2003 besides coaching India 'A'. On 22 July 2013, Malhotra was named coach of the Bengal senior cricket team
Mr. Malhotra was born 26 January 1957, in Amritsar, Punjab is a former Indian cricketer who played in 7 Tests and 20 ODIs from 1982 to 1986. He used to be the highest scorer in Ranji trophy at one time. He was also said to be the next Viswanath in Indian Cricket. In the early 1990s, he was an overseas professional at Dunfermline Cricket Club in Fife, Scotland. During his time in Fife he became a big fan of Dunfermline Athletic FC (a good Pars boy). He is one of the very few level 3 coaches in India. He has opened a cricket coaching centre namely Ashok Malhotra Cricket Academy in the year of 2000 which has around 300 students.
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Played Test Match Cricket and One Day International for INDIA
Active Member of the Indian Cricket Team's tours of England'83', West Indies'83' & Australia'86'
Member of the victorious Indian Cricket Team that won the World Championship in '85' in Australia
Member of Indian Cricket Team that won the Championship's Trophy in Sharjah U.A.E. in '85'
Played Ranji Trophy Cricket for 24 years representing the state of Haryana & Bengal
Captained Bengal and East Zone in Ranji Trophy & Duleep Trophy matches respectively
Captained the Board Presidents XI against the touring West Indies Team in '86'
Member of the Bengal Ranji Trophy team which won the Ranji Trophy in '89'
Former National Selector for the Indian Cricket Team
Former Chief Selector for the Bengal State Cricket Team last 3 Years
Have Successfully completed the National Cricket Academy - Leavel - 1 course
Successfully completed the Australian Cricket Board - Leavel - III course in 2000 at Australia
Have coached extensively in Scotland in various clubs for over 12 years
Went to West Indies as the Coach of Indian 'A' Team in Feb'2003' for 2 months
Was Coach of The Indian Team for Tri-Nation TVS Cup atBangladesh in '2004'
Was the Chief Coach at NZA under NCA for the East Zone in '2004' & '2005'
Coach of Bengal Cricket Team since'2013' to '2015'
Coach of Bengal Under 23 from '2016' to '2017'
Administrative Officer of Ashok Malhotra Cricket Academy
Mr. Ali was 1st Division Player (1985-1994) at Young Bengal, Any One, East Bengal & Mohun Bagan Club
Mr. Ghosh was 1st Division Player (1983-2002) at Sporting Union, George Telegraph Sports Club
Mr. Roy having 13 years of Experience in 1st division player at Kumartully, Paikpara,Town.
Mr. Join was 1st Division Player (1999-2002) at Young Bengal, Any One, East Bengal, Mohun Bagan Club
Mr. Ghorai having 2 years of Experience in 1st division player at High Court Club
Mr. Barui having 3 Years experiences in 2nd Division Cricket
Mr. Samanta having 3 years Experience in 2nd Division Cricket
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